Experience Tokyo’s Cutting-Edge Sake Bar Twelv., on Location at Pantechnicon!

At a time when flights to Japan are few and far between, Pantechnicon is bringing Tokyo’s contemporary drinks culture to London. From 29th June – 2nd July, guests can experience Tokyo’s new wave sake scene with a unique drinking and dining pop-up hosted by Japan’s most cutting-edge sake bar, Twelv.

Photo courtesy of Pantechnicon

Established in 2016, Twelv. is one of Tokyo’s most upscale and expertly curated sake bars and is at the forefront of the city’s progressive drinks culture. Open by invitation only, it presents biodynamic and craft sakes from across Japan in a beautiful minimalist interior by fashion-savvy creatives who have worked with Prada and Alexander Wang.

For four nights only, Twelv.’s founder and head sake curator Norihiro Tacamizuma will personally present his selection of four rare sakes from across Japan to guests, including an exclusive Twelv. bottling from cult natural sake brewery in Chiba and a rare doburoku from Niwa no Uguisu in Fukuoka – both of these are being brought over specially for this event!

Photo courtesy of Pantechnicon

The sake lineup:

  • Twelv.Special AFS 2018 Kame no O sparkling sake – Kidoizumi Shuzo (Chiba)
  • Ine Mankai “Full Bloom” Rose sake – Mukai Shuzo (Kyoto)
  • Te To Te Junmai Kimoto Muroka Genshu – Tsuchida Shuzo (Gunma)
  • Niwa no Uguisu “Nightingale’s Garden” Doburoku – Yamaguchi Shuzo (Fukuoka)

Refined Omakase food pairings will compliment each sake – see full menus here

Thursday 30th June and Friday 1st July
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Studio at Pantechnicon, 19 Motcomb Street, London, SW1X 8LB
Cost: £150 per person (inc. VAT/service)

The June 29th and July 2nd seatings are already sold out – book now to secure your place at one of the remaining dates!

To book, visit the Pantechnicon website.

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